The iceberg that sank the Titanic was reportedly 100,000 year old

When the Titanic smashed into the side of the iceberg in 1912, the iceberg is thought to have measured 400 feet in length, with a mass of 1.5m tonnes

The staggering size of the lump of ice, thought to have been 100ft above the water, may have been 1,700ft long when it first formedScientists believe that the huge iceberg is likely to have drifted from the Qassimiut on the southwest coast of Greenland

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3478977/Iceberg-sank-Titanic-killing-1-517-people-100-000-year-old-giant-scientists-discover.html

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